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Recent developments in artificial intelligence for event tech

There’s a lot of conversation about artificial intelligence (AI) technology, and while there’s a lot of debate about the cons, the pros are pretty clear, at least as far as business goes. Event planners are among those exploring how AI can simplify business processes, and currently, there are a few event-related AI software on the market. Here are some of the developments our sister publication MeetingsNet has shared recently: 

AI Writing Assistant – Created by meetings tech company Cvent, this tool uses generative AI to help event professionals and marketers produce on-brand, engaging event-related content in less time. The new feature is available across the firm's event marketing and management platform, in areas including attendee hub, registration, and Cvent supplier network, among others. 

Project Spark – From Gevme, an event-technology provider for the Asia-Pacific region, and the Professional Convention Management Association: a research and educational initiative to discover the impact of generative AI on the business events industry. Under this initiative, AI and machine learning will be tested for various practical applications across the scope of business events to understand the impact on workforce productivity.  

Eventcombo – In early June, Eventcombo will begin beta testing the latest iteration of its event-management platform, created in partnership with the Alberta Machine Learning Institute to maximize the use of AI for coordinating business events. This platform will feature improved tools for staff and task management with far less manual schedule coordination and data entry. It will also assist in developing effective marketing communications.

To learn more about each AI development, click the links above for the full MeetingsNet articles. 

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